According to Repubblica, Milan allegedly lost the case against former director Zvonimir Boban, as the Milan Court ruled that Rossoneri had to pay the Croatian fee of EUR 5,3 million.
After a public spat with CEO Ivan Gazidis, Boban was sacked in March and La Gazzetta Dello Sport claims that the Rossoneri are being forced to pay the former director a settlement fee.
In an interview with the magazine, Boban pointed the finger at CEO Ivan Gazidis and was later fired for ‘just cause.’
For not having alerted him of an operation involving Ralf Rangnick as a new boss at the club, the former sporting director hit out at the club, a transaction that later fell through.
The paper reveals that Boban won the case against Milan, who would have to pay him €5.3 million in compensation. But the matter has not yet been settled, as Diavolo is rumored to be appealing the ruling.